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Invests directly through private placements in growth companies ...

Thursday, June 04, 2009
As active private placement investors in the industry have established a robust deal flow network.

A SQUARE :: 04Jun09 Invests directly through private placements in growth companies ...
Category PIPEs
Faculty Mitch Levine
Expertise PIPEs
Author Sona Blessing
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Identify small-cap companies run by seasoned management teams, which require an infusion of growth capital
to increase shareholder value
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